These days, conversations around payments have been picking up the pace and evolving quickly as new technologies like EMV, NFC, Apple Pay and others get introduced, and new trends firm up. What many don’t know is that none of this is possible without another piece of technology—the Gateway—being at the center of it all.

The effectiveness of your integrated payments solution relies on more than good coding. During our experience guiding independent software vendors (ISVs) through the process of integrating mobile payment SDKs, APIs, and web services, the AIS team has identified several strategies that help set up your solution for success. Spending a little time implementing these strategies today will lead to a big advantage in the future.
 

This blog originally appeared on Payment Eye.

The payments landscape continues to change at a rapid pace. As payments evolve, they’re including more forms of interactions with consumers. These interactions through various mediums have brought up a topic and a new buzz word in many debates: omni-channel payments.

Mobile payments are near and dear to us at Apriva. We have long worked to enable businesses of all sizes to have easier access to accepting mobile payments via our AprivaPay Plus white-label application, which is widely used by partners such as iPayment, Global Payments and Valley National Bank. As part of our continued pursuit to improve mobile payments, our focus has shifted to enabling merchants to deliver the same positive experience whether they are mobile or at a brick-and-mortar location.
The effectiveness of your integrated payments solution relies on more than good coding. During our experience guiding independent software vendors (ISVs) through the process of integrating mobile payment SDKs, APIs, and web services, the AIS team has identified several strategies that help set up your solution for success. Spending a little time implementing these strategies today will lead to a big advantage in the future.
 

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